YG Entertainment is not too happy about G-Dragon’s recent hacking case, as the agency officially announced that they will be taking legal action against the hacker who leaked the BIGBANG leader’s private Instagram.

In a statement, they said, “To address the recent SNS hacking that led to G-Dragon’s privacy invasion, we are taking strong legal actions. Not only those who hacked G-Dragon’s SNS, but those who spread malicious rumours will also be prosecuted. This is to protect the privacy of our artiste and to prevent such outrageous incidents from happening again”.

Source: Drama Fever
Source: Drama Fever

YG also added that they will also be filing complaints against those who spread malicious rumours and asked media to refrain from using G-Dragon’s leaked photos.


Over the weekend, G-Dragon’s private Instagram account, @peaceminusone, was hacked and leaked “couple photos” of him and his rumoured girlfriend, Japanese model Nana Komatsu, spread like wildfire.

Previously, an insider from the label revealed that “it’s standard for YG to not respond to each and every one of these rumours”. The company has yet to comment on G-Dragon and Nana’s dating rumours.

Source: Tumblr
Source: Tumblr

According to a Japanese media outlet, the alleged couple was spotted on a date back in May. As aforementioned, G-Dragon met with Komatsu after BIGBANG’s fan meeting in Tokyo at a steak restaurant in the Azabu district.

Source: All Kpop.

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